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Number of Days to a Specific Date

by bug man, 2262 days ago
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This function calculates the number of days between today (current bar's date) and the specified date.

The date you should specify must follow this format: Month/Day

Example of use:
a = daysto("1/1");

The above instruction returns the number of days to the first day of the next year.


If you want to calculate the number of days between today and a specific day in the month (no month value to specify) then simply specify the "Day" like this:

a = daysto("10");

This will return the number of days between today and 10th of the current month or next month (in case the current day of the month is higher than 10).

Here is another example:
How to calculate the number of days between the first day of the next month and the 5th of the next year?

The answer:
a = daysto("1/5") - daysto("1");


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